Dallas Farmers Market

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I visit the Dallas Farmers Market often but up until recently I would go unprepared for all the fresh produce, flowers and trinkets I would bring home. As I learn and evolve more towards the low waste lifestyle, I am determined to avoid and not contribute to the plastic waste that […]

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Everyday People

Working in customer service has shed some light to something I used to stay away from, people watching.  I used to steer clear of looking at people or interacting with them more than I had to. Not because I wanted to be rude, but just because I didn’t want to make them feel uncomfortable. I’ve […]

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B&B for the Weekend

This past weekend I had some family visiting from out of town and I had them stay in my little home which I converted into a Bed & Breakfast. (I’ve always wanted to be an owner of a B&B so this is as close as I’ll get.) As soon as I found out they were […]

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Bouquets: French Still-Life Painting from Chardin to Matisse

I had the privilege to attend a special exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Arts before it left town for good. “The first major American exhibition to consider the French floral still life across the 19th century, Bouquets showcases almost seventy floral still life’s from painters such as Eugene Delacroix, Gustave Courbet, Henri Fantin-Latour, Edourad Manet, and […]

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Picnic Date

My sweet soul Kim has been feeling discouraged lately so I decided I would take her out on a picnic to get out of the house and get some fresh air. She told me before that she didn’t have a picnic basket and asked if I had one. I being a collector of picnic baskets, […]

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Dinner with The Garcia’s

Sunday after my meeting, I joined my spiritual family over at their house for dinner. Javier had been planing this dinner for a few weeks now and was excited about cooking for me. I watched Javier and his mother prep the meal and finalize everything. In between cooking they joked around, sang, and of course […]

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Lesson of 2014

“Not all that you lose is a loss.” Whether it be friendships, relationships, material things, money, etc. Not everything that you lose in life is a complete loss. In that moment, we may feel that it’s a great loss but with time, strength and patience, we see that it may have been a blessing in […]

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